Need some RHET help
My AD (also head football coach) approached me about helping him implement BFS since he has a lot of dyel kids. I'm not familiar with the program but looks similar to 3/5/1. Anyone have any experience?
I really just want to tell him almost any program will show results since high schoolers will have newb gains and save his money. However, he's worried about "non adaptive" programs that won't transition to over sports, and BFS claims to have programs for different sports both in and out of season. We have a lot of two and three season athletes. Again, I just want to tell him that if kids aren't lifting because they are playing baseball/soccer/track, then no program will work.
I did BFS in high school. It's good for sports programs -- most days have some component of both upper and body. Good for newb gains. Part of the program also gives them packets to track their lifts which is CRITICAL in that population since they won't progress otherwise.
I personally wouldn't do BFS for anything other than sports performance, though.